#1
I'm getting a guitar that has rockfield mafias in it and i was wondering if they were any good for like an ozzy osbourne sound like in crazy train and/or also good at like AC/DC type stuff.
I'm also getting a guitar that's basically an epiphone les paul but a little better (Agile al-2000) and i was wondering if those pickups could still do that or if they were more for lighter stuff.
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#3
oh ok thanks
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#4
mafias are definitely for heavier stuff. the rockfield fat ass bridge and mafia neck seem to be a favored combo amongst metal players who even know about rockfield. seems a shame not as many people know about them. guess thats what keeps the prices so low
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#5
I think the mafias would be quite good for your needs. I found them to be a bit brighter than I prefer, very good midrange to them.
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#6
If you get a guitar with a set of Rockfield Mafia and coil tape, you're going to enjoy a lot your music. These humbuckers are great for the money ypu paid. BC Rich, Michael Kelly use Rockfied humbuckers in guitars under 600.00 and the sound better than many others over 1,000.00.